A busy week has me posting photographs almost a week beyond date of image capture. Last Friday’s photowalk took us through High Level’s southern side, a slippery, melting world, a world of water splashing and flowing and soaking through. Photographers captured freeze-frame splashing, the results of big chunks of ice being thrown into puddles. Others’ photographs were more about water’s ripple and reflection, water moving and water that’s settled. Beyond this, water misted in the spray generated by vehicles traveling among wet, wet High Level roads.
I used my Sigma 10-20 mm in two ways, first to distort line and shape of subjects close by and secondly to photograph landscape traveled through. The subjects photographed include an RCMP three-quarter ton truck, playground equipment at Spirit of the North Community School, a bog-runner truck … in development, the curbside view of Quality Motors (our local Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge Dealer) and the Extra Foods Gas Bar (part of the Canadian Superstore chain).
Listening to the Steve Miller Band – Rock’n Me, Take the Money and Run and Mercury Blues from the Fly Like an Eagle album; other songs have included Murray McLauchlan’s Hard Rock Town and Ryan Adam’s Chains of Love.
Quote to Inspire – “Photography takes an instant out of time, altering life by holding it still.” – Dorothea Lange
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I have about 69,723 pictures that are a week past their date of capture! lol
Don’t let the date of capture deter you from posting. After all, people are still posting Ansel Adams’ work from a hundred years ago. If it’s a good picture today, it will still be good years from now!